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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1919)
THE F.VF.N1NR HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
s.Ti'tii.v, .iri.v n, nun.
TheEvening Herald JACNESMLD.S
M U U It A Y
AT THE CHURCHES
(Continued from Page l
Published dally except Sunday by
"flThe Herald Publishing Company or
XUmoth Palls, at 115 Fourth street
Entnred at the postofflce at Klnm
kth Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru
tto malls a? second-class matter.
Flrt Baptist Oiurdi. corner Wash
ington niul Eighth J. II ttrltUth.
His swings were wild and feeble Sunday school f 10 n. in , C K
He managed to last tlmv rounds Dcl.ap. superlntemle t.
and sank Into his corner where he Preaching nt Hi'v.-n. by lie v. J. H.
lvl, nt nmmnnlil He t.nilltll mill IllkU III III" l'l'l.'B "I
Prayer hervlce Wei'nnlti) at S F. M.
reviwd, nttemptod o smile.
tnen HIS econus Rurrentivreu n.v. ... ,-. ,, ,.-,,. whilni.Kiljiv
'match. Thoroughly beaten and evening will be devoted to missionary nml'll.Kti street.
""'"?""'"""' :""" " " dazed, he said. "In the nm rounu worn.
address In the United Slates: . .
On. year $5.00 when Dempsey hit me with a le
Ome month SO hqok 1 tried hard to continue but' ,,.,, 8lroete Kl,v nuK), J. Mar-
I was rapidly losing my Btrcngth.jghnii. pastor.
Member of the Associated Press My eve was c0SCi at the end of the 1st Masi at C 00 A. M
The Associated Press Is eiciusireiy th, . r.,,.,,,1 an,i i realised that It 2ml Muss and Ilenedctlon 10 30
would be useless for me to continue, "ev. t r. iji vasseur. itecior
tSBtttled to the use (or republication
& nil .. ftl.notohda rA(llltf1 In It
-. ..ft...-ho ,i:i.,.i in this nn- as I could hardly see. It
Vr, and also local news published to admit defeat, but Dempsey Is the
rein. hardest puncher I ever raced."
All rights of republication of spe- . ,
dispatches herein are also re- No challenger finished his antago-
wred. ,nlst so skillfully and quickly as
, 'Jack Dempsey did In yesterday's big
SATURDAY. J VIA" .1. 10U. , bout and no champion ewr fell so
and High. Kcv. S.m
pastor, HIT Eni street
Junior l.e'iiiuu at '. t'O A. M.
Sunday li.icl ft H'.O.'". A M.
Morning Worship ut 11.00 A
All services will be nt the ut.u
paste'- or some member of the cos
,. i, ,v .rhio! i's u i " " ' v
'hr.--M.ii I n.le.iwv iff le- i' 'b
Christian Church -Topic 'Our He-
. .. . . ! .
Kv. nllir mmv!" w" be "lib t
n'rvue nt the Christian church. It
will bu I'le ben uililiX 'l ll . -i-loot
dm me. tin- two manttf of -In :'
nun Vmust. Kv.'r.wine H cord Ik In'
Kmnnuel IbiptlM Chuivli '-'I' until
W. L. wr.son. pas
Sunday School 10 A -M. Mr. C W
l-ienrhing at II A M. and S I' M
Prnver meeting Wednesday nt s.
Merrill -Ailventlats: Beginning
Sunday July t'.th. lectures will be rIv
WOMAN DIES WHILE
NAPPING ON TRAIN
i'ni:n.Ni. on- .imv i while
travel, in: mHIi li''V liuxbinul f"""
H'lNboio to 1'iirtlniul I'V t riilti toilnv
ih Ilii'N-l I'lipUe. wife of lleriiiiin
F I'lipKe. funnel' eiitlller of the ll'
tilde llmiU. Iiilil her head on Ills ll
for it nap, When lie attempted to
arouse her upon arrival here he
found that s!"' ' ''''"I- Investl
pillion as to the cause of her dentil
nIioxmmI that Mrs lukt. had dl"l
from iiiuunil causes The couple
were married last month.
no .iriin:NT vi:kk
WAS lllti si'hi:ss
ealler I'n.til ii lileVi ll nil
, i.'iir n find l il'il Hie -i. i
-I li l.ake Him Slocliiiui 1'in
the snitln"H I m Ifb'. mill Mi
Xjif. it i 'l m (' uenil (ii'i
Kin'ih ""'I "' '"" l,u' "' I'""
' ilie nine l'lit".
Foi lb, n Klein as u wlml.
Iii were redili'id ftom '.i I.n ilP,
anil U7 Injuries for Hie same nnrloj
I il to I fntalllles and 'i I inj,lr
les. !'H per rent of the lull, i Itfln;
if a minor character. TIiIh h mmlii.
ired a reinnrltnbb howlnts m view
nf the fact Hint Hie feiiiinl - i,in,
Iteclon operale .Vi.iinn tulle-, of rail
oad anil bus aJT.OliO iiiploii
At the Theatres
... i ..n.. ... i wninnl ,iiour. i iiere win Le special in
"""' """ ' ""' "" land sinKinB.
ine npni u ruuuna o ".
i Cnurch Tenth ' h' ,nrK ,P,U ,n " vcry
lown llimrirk ""''' T'"",'-' Wednesday. Tiurs.
T Phone " 7W W W vn "l s ,,' V
et. tnonen.w Pnglors T I-. Theumler and It A.
Snilthwlck. A cordial invitntion is cv
..,,,...,.1 n the nubile to ntt-tul l''ls
M series of lectures The subject for R JlMt milllo nubile'
JMial Sunday will be "The old Hook that ltl...l.rn VnM(W West,
nuslc withstood the test " This .-ibl-M w'll The .southern I acirii. h ,
We will have tl.e
from the riiiRside at Toledo follews: Ice at the morninK hour. Kverybody is
,, , , .,. i welcome to this service.
Round one. WIHard lamlM Th cv,.nnp Sen"o will be held et
the first blow, a lluht left to the tlio Christian Chur-h. Ilov. Lawrence
Tom Moore's brilliant performance head.
in "Thirty a Week," gives Goldwyn
He then sent a rifiht and left will preach tho sciion
n-....-,.. ,ol. v v
ii-iuij " ,. y.1,.,.,,...
to Dempesy's head.
. form the thread of all of the lectures
Tho Chrlsttnn Science Society of
Klnmath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
ovunliiK at T SO. All are welcome.
The subject of leson for Sunday.
UMHJI'.sT " IX WIIHI.II IHI'S.
I iiii.uvis. Mo.it.. A limn ',1 from
S,AN FltANCISCO. July :. A new n))lu,IM1), vvv , elirinlrl.h n . iimili
mark u the consurvatlon of life and (f Fr(i(J ,,,., .,f Torrliulni, l i,v.
limb on tho rullromls of the country ( ( ((( () ()t, mi. , (,, ltld
was established by the "No Accident . (t) kA , ... , . , ,.,., f j0
Week." Mine U2-21'. uceonilllK i re- . M f, clMloIM m ..(,
ed 2rt piiii'nli Mm was .' fm Vm.
Inchea In helKlit.
2;.d nereH tule hay for sale favor
able condition Would lease 5 or
more Kood milk cows for 3 months
Kimuliv at Herald Office. ' It
elfle Tidewater Sniitiimn ami i'eep
Creek rallroails were able to report
not n silicic fatality and only four
teen Injuries to employes, moiit of
the latter belnit of a minor character
further proof that, in responding to
ed a left to Wlllard's stomach. Dem- N,n,h ,, plne str,.4,,8. Ci v Trlm. "(lod
public clamor and the requests of jjead.
missed a right to Wlllard's i,e. p.istnr. The Sumlnv scimoi session is irum
Willard snapped a left to'Snndiy School at 10. 9: IT. to 10 every unday morn Uxk
t hundreds of theatre owners thruout jaw. Dempscr knocked Willard --. mcen WednM,,n cven. olIlllnB ubrnry Is open from 2 30 to
the country that the popular young t0Wn with a right to the Jaw twice. ilnR at" s p n) , , :t0 Tuesdas, Thuisdays and
vartist be given his rightful place The champion took the count of six i Saturd.O.s.
Hfomong the famous group of Goldwyn each time. When he got up Demps-' Presbyterian Church. Pine street,)
L ftars, no mistake was made, ,ey knocked Wn Uown with lefts and, "car Second. Rev. K. P. 1-awrenco. Ulthoinn srvces will be held nt
Jr ImmM.ely popular as a stagc'rlghts to the jaw. The challenger , mornnR Sctcp u,0 p;l!tor, nPtlt Church Cr.nnhth and
C-play, Thompson Buchanan's story tore into him and knocked him, wm SI,eak on the subject of "The. gormon bv tiio Pastor. All are most
Js a triumph in its picture form, down for the third time, flooring Light of Life." Tho Sacrament of the cordiiy Invited to worship with us.
js a tnumpn in u, mim thp Lord's Supper will bo observed New, llcv. M. Itossmnn.
.rspienom as lom .uoorc a? ,u - monibers will nlso lie received into
his first Goldwyn starring vehicle, jaw. tno church. Those wishing to unite
"Just for Tonight." his delightful Ilound two Dempsey rushed wth the church should speak to thu
V acting in "Thirty a Week" and the Willard in his corner, pounding his,
Slav's many absorbing situations in- j " &" " " (
nre It even greater success than pion's right eye was rapidly closing,
-was accorded the production which Dempsey walked around Willard.
introduced Tom Moore as Goldwyn's carefully measuring him witn .rignis
and lefts to the jaw. w niaro. seem-
Dempsey put three lefts
137 First St.
only man star.
,.- i,i - ,n.niit. ,., hoc ed dazed
ed'Tom Mooo mou;; p to Willard, bad ey, Willard land
tore devotes everywhere and the in- ed a feeble uppercut. 'd
imitable artistry that goes with it - lt closed. The champion
.are afforded widescope in "Thirty staggered to his corner at the end
a Week" than in any other picture f e round-
Kounu tnree. uenipaey im n
lard twice with lefts to the jaw.
Dempsey sent a right to the jaw and
a left to the body. Dempsey kept
peppering lefts to Wlllard's jaw
without a return from Willard.
Dempsey backed the champion to
the ropes and hammered him with
lefts and rights to the jaw and body.
Dempsey hit a right and a left to the
head and had blood streaming from
the champion's mouth. Dempsey
hit the champion with rights and
lefts to the jaw as the bell rang.
in which the popular player has been
seen.. Goldwyn promises are rare
treats when Tom Moore is presented
dn "Thirty a Week" at the Star The
atre, beginning Sunday.
Lillian Walker does an act with
three large lions at the Liberty The
atre tonight, where her newest pic
ture, "Love Hunger," is on view.
Adapted from "Fran," the novel by
John Breckenrldge Ellis, it is the
utory of a young girl lion tamer who
Suds nnhappiness in the family W1,,ard., sec0nds threw the sponge
-where she seeks a home and attempts he Hng as wnlard ,ay helpless
io remove me cause, now sue uc
ceeds In doing this makes "Love
In his corner.
"Hunger" a most interesting and dra- u.jq ATUYIfil 1 TO
matic story of mystery and romance, "?v;2 mSa,oi-, pi
relieved by some bright comedy.
MEET PEACE TERMS
PARIS, July o. Germany has indi
cated her desire to begin immediate
ly to comply with the peace treaty
terms. German and allied economic
1 experts will begin oral conferences
k next week, following the request by
the German delegates.
Don't forget; the Elks will have a
convention here August 14, 15 and
16. Get busy!
Paj-. U.S. Pat. Off.
Is our Registered and Common-law
Trade-Mark and can only be right
fully used on goods made by us.
Koveralls are garments for
chUdreti I to 8 years of age.
If a dealer tries to tell you, under
the KovmralU name, any garment
not of our manufacture, you may be
sute he has an article that he is
trying to market on KoVeralU
Unless nade by Levi Stratus & Co.
they're not KOVERALLS.
Keep Kids Kleen
$1.50 the Suit
? FREE ,F$EY
KOVERALLS 'e mde ocfy ty Lrri
StiMiu & Co Sia Friociico uia beu Urn
htc u veal orr
icvi strauss .ca
tint pJCftco m
SH JIN1HW1.IM.U Ll.
YANKS AMD POILUS
MARCH IN BIG PARADE
PARIS, July 4 Led by nn Amerl
can band. French and American
troops marched by President Poln
I Cairo and General Pershing hero in
celebration of tho Foutrh. Hugh
Wallace, tho American embassador
to France, was the chief speaker at
tho exercises which followed.
i SALE or Exchange. One "Clean
I Sweep" hay loader. Price J 100.
,Will exchange for fine milch cow
with calf at side. Phone 11-F-ll.
1400 pound Bay nclglum Mare, i
years old. unbroke. Price $1!0,
Will exchange for two cows in calf.
Phone 11-F-ll. .VI 2t.
V ftiT.ya W-r' wnsihini1 '.ins
Tho rusli for Memorial Day being over, I now have
time to devote to any SPECIAL ORDERS you may
care to place.
You are invited to visit my rfwp and inspect the
wide variety of designs.
Geo. D. Grizzle
1014 MAIN ST.
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Somebody asked an old Missouri store-keeper why
he didn't put a small advertisement in the local
newspaper to advertise a "home blend" of coffee
that was particularly good.
"I don't wanta," he replied lazily. "If I did, folks
would pester me all the time to show 'em my goods,"
Thus did an old Missouri store-keeper pay uncon
scious tribute to the business-getting value of adver
tising. He missed a lot of business, of course, but
there's another side of it.
Lots of people who really wanted this particular
brand of coffee were unable to get it because no one
ever told them where it was to be had.
You know yourself that it would take you twice as
long to shop if there were no advertisements to guide
you in your buying. You wouldn't know where to
start. You'd miss a lot of good values just because no
one ever told you about them.
The man who advertises is glad to have you "pester
him" to show you his goods. Don't miss the advertise
ments. They will save you money.
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